Do I need an In-Progress for Roofing?

Yes, the Building Official will do an In-progress inspection once you have torn off the top layer and we can inspect the underlayment, this allows the code compliant roof work to proceed. Preferably, the in-progress inspection should have the roof loaded, so that we can see the final roofing material being installed. Failure to call for an in-progress inspection may result in discipline by the PCCLB. A Roofing Affidavit could be required please inquire with the Building Department 727-464-7786.

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1. Why do I need a permit?
2. Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage
3. As an owner, can I pull my own permit?
4. Are "Residential Contractors" allowed to work in Condominiums?
5. Do I need a permit for a fence?
6. How long is a permit valid?
7. Do I need an In-Progress for Roofing?
8. When are inspections done?
9. Does the town have rental restrictions?